Cars, Creditors, and the Code: The Diverse Interpretations of Section 9-310
Washington University Law Quarterly
This is a brief survey of statutory interpretation. It is a study of what courts have done in the past, on the theory that this may offer suggestions to courts faced with a similar problem in the future. It is limited to one particular priority conflict—that between a lender with a perfected security interest in an automobile and a repairman with a lien for work he has done on that automobile.
Arthur G. Murphey Jr.,
Cars, Creditors, and the Code: The Diverse Interpretations of Section 9-310,
1970 Wash. U. L. Q. 135
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